The honorable Member of the Sekondi constituency, Andrew Egyapa Mercer sarcastically told the Member of Parliament for the North Tongu constituency, Honorable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa that he is waiting for the day he will become President of Ghana on live tv. This was in response to how Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa lamented how the New Patriotic Party is refusing to take the blame for their incompetence.
"The NPP has people who will never take responsibility. They do not blame themselves for anything. First, they blamed President Mahama. Then it became free SHS. Anytime we raised the discussion, they will say that Free SHS has taken all the money although it is only 2 billion that has been allocated there. Then it came to financial sector clean-up. Now, they are blaming Putin and Russia. Very soon, they will blame Zelensky."
Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa explained that all what Ghana needs is a bold vision like Nkrumah had to transform the economy,
This statement got Egyapa to say that he is waiting for the day he will become President.
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